Secure within a desolate home as an unnatural threat terrorizes the world, the tenuous domestic order he has established with his wife and son is put to the ultimate test with the arrival of a desperate young family seeking refuge. Despite the best intentions of both families, paranoia and mistrust boil over as the horrors outside creep ever-closer, awakening something hidden and monstrous within him as he learns that the protection of his family comes at the cost of his soul. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
It Comes at Night
Secure within a desolate home as an unnatural threat terrorizes the world, a man has established a tenuous domestic order with his wife and son, but this will soon be put to test when a desperate young family arrives seeking refuge.
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Greg C (mx) wrote: I swear there's a 40 minute fight scene
Roger S (au) wrote: Real story of a single mother of two in a foreing country trying to keep her family ALIVE. If you like to cry a bit, you may like it. It it's not meant to be a balance, fair 100%, story. So, for those of you who are looking for a simple story (but powerful one) this may be a one hour and twenty minutes movie. Warning: not for the synical viewers. Pleasent actors and a bit of over saintness of the main character. Still... a must to see.
Timothy J (jp) wrote: Don't put into movies like this than they were to be. Goofy comedies.
Natasha M (nl) wrote: Why, why, why? This movie is ok. Its just hard to get into it after seeing the Hangover. Its ok if you are just looking for a quick laugh, but not a cult classic.
jen k (kr) wrote: Good inspirational movie
DJ J (de) wrote: This movie was excellent. The Other Side of Heaven was captivating from the start. It is full of love and one of the most emotionally inspiring tearjerkers I've ever seen. A young missionary is called to go on a to Tonga to start a Kingdom of God to a people who have never heard of such. It's a heartwarming exciting journey that it would be a shame to miss. I highly recommend viewing this movie.
Sidi I (gb) wrote: hahahah because he is from kumar sanu
Denislav R (es) wrote: The most confusing movie I love. Like, it's really confusing at times. I loved it. I watched, because I wanted to see the source material for the new live-action remake, and I just realised how high this movie raised the bar for me. It's a really good movie. The pacing is kinda strange, but it fits surprisingly well. I loved the characters, the univers, I loved everything about this movie. I want more of it. I am actually sensing a pattern here. Lately every good film I've seen just feels way too short. When I got to the end of this movie, I was like "That can't be it, right? Right?" It honestly felt like I was just getting to the climax of the story and there is just as much left.
Bastien M (de) wrote: Du cinma belge comme on en voudrait plus : fort, bien interprt, engag sans pour autant ngliger un certain sens du lyrisme
Peter F (kr) wrote: nostalgic..watchin with the boy!
Alejandro S (us) wrote: "Goodbye, Children" gives the audience a fascinating important view of friendship.
mark d (ru) wrote: The film appeared on many critics' top 10 lists of the best films of 2007. 1st - Carina Chocano, Los Angeles Times (tied with The Diving Bell and the Butterfly) 3rd - Ella Taylor, LA Weekly (tied with Away from Her) 3rd - Sheri Linden, The Hollywood Reporter 5th - David Edelstein, New York magazine 5th - Marjorie Baumgarten, The Austin Chronicle 6th - Lawrence Toppman, The Charlotte Observer 7th - Kirk Honeycutt, The Hollywood Reporter 7th - Peter Hartlaub, San Francisco Chronicle 7th - Richard Schickel, TIME magazine 8th - Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter 8th - Nathan Rabin, The A.V. Club 8th - Ray Bennett, The Hollywood Reporter 9th - A. O. Scott, The New York Times (tied with Away from Her) 10th - Carrie Rickey, The Philadelphia Inquirer 10th - Manohla Dargis, The New York Times (7-way tie)Awards and nominations 80th Academy Awards Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (Laura Linney) Original Screenplay (Tamara Jenkins) Central Ohio Film Critics Association Awards Actor of the Year (Philip Seymour Hoffman) -- WON (Also for: Before the Devil Knows You're Dead and Charlie Wilson's War) Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress (Laura Linney) Best Screenplay, Original (Tamara Jenkins) 65th Golden Globe Awards Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy (Philip Seymour Hoffman) Gotham Awards Best Ensemble Cast (Philip Bosco, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Laura Linney) Independent Spirit Awards Best Cinematography (W. Mott Hupfel III) Best Director (Tamara Jenkins) Best Male Lead (Philip Seymour Hoffman) -- WON Best Screenplay (Tamara Jenkins) -- WON London Critics Circle Film Awards Actress of the Year (Laura Linney) Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Best Screenplay (Tamara Jenkins) -- WON National Society of Film Critics Awards Best Screenplay (Tamara Jenkins) -- WON Nilsson Awards for Film Best Picture Best Actor in a Leading Role (Philip Seymour Hoffman) Best Actress in a Leading Role (Laura Linney) Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Philip Bosco) Best Original Screenplay (Tamara Jenkins) Best Cast Best Original Score Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Actress (Laura Linney) San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards Best Screenplay - Original (Tamara Jenkins) -- WON Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama (Laura Linney) Women Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress (Laura Linney) -- WON Writers Guild of America Awards Best Original Screenplay (Tamara Jenkins)
Jerry T (es) wrote: Great movie with excellent cinematography
Ken S (us) wrote: Stanwyck delivers my 2nd favorite "office supply goes into somebody's face" moment of 2008.
Morgan W (us) wrote: pretty good. not one of bela lugosi's best films.
Byron B (us) wrote: won recognition as a best picture by NBR
Jonathan I (jp) wrote: ....What did I just see? Can't tell if this is brilliant or if it is sanity held together by a string..but perhaps that's just the definition of brilliance.
ANDERSON G (gb) wrote: "Professional" is one of those movies that enchants the viewer, it's sad, it's funny, sensual, violent, dramatic and with good action doses, is a film that is to please all without leaving aside its good construction because all these elements are not thrown in any way screen with a simple but good script (although it contains some holes), a sensational soundtrack, very well orchestrated that controls the pace of the film, with a clear picture, we are talking about professional killers and the film has a clean, clear and beautiful picture (remember a little pulb fiction), a sound mixing precise and perfect assembly, the assembly of this film is sensational, and the camera angles reminiscent of the best work of Scorsese, let's talk about the beautiful performances, especially Natalie Portman that as Mathilda (with I2 years), is the second best performance of his career (second only to black swan), the film tells the story of a girl after her family slain is created by a hired assassin who teaches the killing, Mathilda fall in love with this killer and rehearses to a sexual desire for the same, the story is heavy, but captive, and is light and addictive, Luc Besson does an excellent job in this movie.
Stephanie D (nl) wrote: Meet the Robinson's was my favorite movie when I was younger and it was so inspiring. This movie contains comedy that made me fall of my couch and that I remember profoundly to this day. There are several funny creatures and situations that amuse me often. The thought of going into the future is very interesting and I think it attracts many young children to watch. I think the message of the movie is actually very strong as it shows how family comes first and could inspire children to engage i technology through the approach of the science fair. The way that the movie starts, with an orphan who becomes successful beside the fact he has a hard life gives kids a different perspective on how to be whatever you want no matter what. This movie is liked by several children and I believe it's a perfect combination of comedy and life lessons (obviously not tangible ones, but morally) that any family would enjoy watching!
Adriano B (us) wrote: The english teacher is a rom-com taking some risks (...to a point): Moore is, as usual, convicing in the part even when far from the "type" normally people believe her to be, injecting a cringing impression in the character. Even if the "lovable" ending may feel superimposed it's not really so definitive, and overall the comedy is tempered by a feel of realistic uneasyness I didn't find simplistic, given genre costraints. For me, it's at least a B+.